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    Bakers and Confectioners Knives

    Found a rather interesting Confectioner's catalog from 1907

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    The belt driven mixer.
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    And your gum aprons
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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    But the best thing is a wide look at baker and confectioner knifes from Sabatier and Foster Bro's .

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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    the baker
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    For the cook on the private yacht uniform.
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    Nice find Steeley

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    Thanks Eto

    What i find of note is the cake knives ,one could look at that and say that's a carving or butcher knife .

    and the forged bolster on the cake knife and cook's knife
    because by the the time we see a 100 year knife or more it might be confused with something else
    so much to learn .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    I dig the ice cream makers shoes man, I dig 'em.

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    Funny to see that the "genuine sabatier cake knife" has even the traditional flat section we know from the chef's knife. Can anyone tell me the difference?

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    Hi Benuser

    my guess would be there is no difference .
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    I have actually seen a "Sabatier cake knife" that chef had or at least that is what he called it. It looked like a regular chef knife but , with very fine serrations. This maybe what's pictured but the serrations aren't clear in the drawing. Not bread knife serrations, much finer.
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    this is an American Version from Landers Frary and Clark
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